Decision by Obama Won’t Keep Oil from Flowing

  • Published: Jan 18th, 2012

Keystone XL would mean Canada gets the money, China (or some other foreign buyer) gets the oil and the U.S. gets the pollution.

Snow Drought? Wimpy Winter Weather Across U.S.

  • Published: Jan 5th, 2012

While some may be cheering the lack of snow as welcome relief, the widespread shortage of it spells trouble for the ski industry.

Chinese Airlines Refuse to Pay EU Carbon Fees

  • Published: Jan 5th, 2012

China's largest airlines are refusing to comply with Europe's new greenhouse gas emissions regulations

Delta Becomes First U.S. Airline to Add EU Emissions Fee

  • Published: Jan 5th, 2012

To comply with a new EU emissions trading rule, Delta Airlines has added a surcharge to tickets on European flights. Will others follow?

China Inching Forward with Electric Cars and Hybrids

  • Published: Dec 28th, 2011

China has ambitious goals for producing electric and hybrid vehicles, but the reality is a different story.

Court Upholds Cap-and-Trade Program for Airlines, but Ruling May Be Up in the Air

  • Published: Dec 21st, 2011

The European Court of Justice upheld a challenge to Europe's plan to charge airlines for their greenhouse gas emissions.

Nation’s Smallest State Thinks Big When it Comes to Offshore Wind Farms

  • Published: Oct 19th, 2011

Rhode Island has created the nation's first plan that lays out the best places for offshore wind farms to be built, and some spots where they can't.

Communities Blow Back at Wind Farm Development

  • Published: Jul 18th, 2011

A proposed wind farm has divided the small town of Cape Vincent, New York, demonstrating the challenges involved in expanding this renewable energy source.